Air Tahiti Nui
Air Tahiti Nui is the flag carrier of French Polynesia. The airline operates long-haul flights from its daily operations office in Faaa, Tahiti. Its fleet consists of four Boeing 787 Dreamliners, which are designed for long-haul operations.
Air Tahiti Nui serves the islands of French Polynesia from Paris, Los Angeles, Tokyo, and Auckland. In addition, the airline operates non-stop service to Tahiti, making it the only airline in the world that connects the Pacific Northwest with French Polynesia. The airline’s headquarters are in Papeete, Tahiti, and it operates flights to ten destinations worldwide. It also has codeshare agreements with eight other airlines.
Air Tahiti Nui has three classes of passengers: Economy, Premium and Business. Economy class seats feature 31 inches of legroom, while Premium class seats are 36 inches wide. Premium class seats can also recline. Business class seats feature a tropical color scheme and large pillows. The airline also codeshares with SNCF.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is a new destination for Air Tahiti Nui. The airline will operate a twice-weekly flight from Seattle-Tacoma to Papeete, Tahiti. Flights are operated by Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft.
The airline offers a wide selection of entertainment options for its passengers. The Air Tahiti Nui’s Poerava Business Class has 32 “Evolys” seats with 152-cm pitch between rows. The plane also offers a full service lounge. In addition, the aircraft’s reclining seats offer a wide range of leg room and excellent entertainment. A sleep mask, ear plugs, and toiletries are provided for passengers on board.
United Airlines is resuming its flights to Tahiti starting Oct. 30. The carrier will offer three flights a week from its San Francisco hub to the French Polynesia territory. The flights will take eight hours each way and are scheduled to run until March 28.
There are many ways to get from Tahiti to Borabora, but one of the most popular options is to take a cruise. This type of cruise makes several stops around the island. Each stop is a full day long and includes food and transportation between islands. The trip also includes sightseeing, and there is little need for you to pack anything.
The trip is ideal for those who want to experience the natural beauty of the Pacific islands and snorkel among the corals and anemones. You can also hike through the mountains or experience some authentic Polynesian cuisine. However, if you are not a fan of water sports, it isn’t the best option.